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Giant space blob glows from within

CSE winter light show—Aurora Digitalis

Claudia Scarlata, University physics and astronomy professor, is part of an international collaboration that has shed light on the power source of a rare vast cloud of glowing gas in the early Universe.

Little rolling robot transforms into helicopter

College of Science and Engineering students created a dazzling winter light show to showcase their electrical engineering and computer programming skills.

Gender imbalance on Wikipedia

Researchers from the University’s Center for Distributed Robotics have created a robot that can wheel over various terrain, then become airborne when rolling no longer works.

Robotic system for monitoring carp in lakes

University computer science researchers are leading a team that has confirmed a substantial gender gap among editors of Wikipedia and a corresponding gender-oriented disparity in the content.

Wind turbine construction time lapse video Watch a time-lapse video of the recent construction of a wind turbine at the University of Minnesota’s Eolos Wind Energy Research Station at UMore Park in Rosemount, Minn.

Computer scientists in the College of Science and Engineering and biologists are developing robotic boats to locate and follow radiotagged carp as part of a new approach to control populations of the nonnative fish.

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Inventing Tomorrow, Winter 2012 (Vol. 36 no. 1)  

Researchers map both ends of the globe. Students use wind to power developing communities. Corporate partnerships benefit college, students,...

Inventing Tomorrow, Winter 2012 (Vol. 36 no. 1)  

Researchers map both ends of the globe. Students use wind to power developing communities. Corporate partnerships benefit college, students,...